Articles by Percy Skuy on the history of contraception in the
Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada Newsletter.
Summer 2013: Tales of contraception: A Series Introduction http://sogc.org/newsletter/summer-2013/tales-of-contraception-a-series-introduction/
Summer 2013: Tales of contraception: Cervical caps http://sogc.org/newsletter/summer-2013/cervical-caps-tales-of-contraception/
Fall 2013: Tales of Contraception: It’s the Real Thing http://sogc.org/newsletter/november-2013/tales-contraception-real-thing/
September 2013: Tales of contraception: The truth, the ‘hole’ truth, and nothing but the truth! http://sogc.org/newsletter/september-2013/tales-contraception-truth-hole-truth-nothing-truth/
October 2013: Tales of contraception: A world-travelled IUD http://sogc.org/newsletter/october-2013/tales-contraception-world-travelled-iud/
Winter 2013-14: Tales of Contraception: All Is Not Well If It Does Not End Well http://sogc.org/newsletter/winter-201314/tales-contraception-well-end-well/
Speaking of sex
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The Museum of Contraception and Abortion (Vienna) English website: http://en.muvs.org/
John Campanelli and Dale Omori: Full Cleveland Tour of Contraceptive Museum
Emma Goldman Papers; Goldman was an anarchist and an early advocate of contraception.
Dr. Gregory Goodwin Pincus: Father of “The Pill” http://www.fau.edu/library/br138.htm
Margaret Sanger Papers Project http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/
Guest curator of the Dittrick contraception exhibit, Jimmy Wilkinson Meyer
Sopia Smith Collection, Womens History Archives at Smith College
United Nations Population Fund http://www.unfpa.org/
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute, The History of Birth Control, by Kathleen London:
German language links
The Museum of Contraception and Abortion (Vienna) http://www.verhuetungsmuseum.at/
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